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5 African countries with advanced space programmes

Fredrick Nugi Who said space technology is a preserve of the well-to-do economies like America, Europe and Asia? If this is your line of thought,...

TVET colleges are not inferior, says Manamela

Ngwako Modjadji  Higher education and training deputy minister Buti Manamela wants to change the perception that Technical and Vocational Education and Training (TVET) colleges are...

NSFAS applications for 2019 on hold due to backlog

Yoliswa Sobuwa About 20 000 Students have yet to return their agreements with the National Student Financial Aid scheme (NSFAS). As a result of this backlog,...

Walter Sisulu University law faculty hangs in the balance

Lubabalo Ngcukana The future of the law faculty at Walter Sisulu University (WSU) looks bleak as the institution is failing to attract highly qualified law...

An explainer to the longest full eclipse of the moon this century

Daniel Cunnama On July 27th, 2018 most of the world was treated to an extraordinary evening of activity in the sky. First, there will be...

Aviation high school launched in Ekurhuleni

Yoliswa Sobuwa The Gauteng department of education has launched the 29th school of specialisation, this time in Kempton Park on the East Rand. Rhodesfield Technical High...

Zimbabwe on knife edge after deadly post-election violence

Clement Manyathela  Zimbabwe remains on a knife edge on Thursday morning after post-election violence which saw at least three people dead, scores injured and police invoking the Public...

Unemployment statistics point to a generation failed by system

Nomphumelelo Runji The prosperity and longevity of any society is inextricably linked to the investment it makes in its young people. If the future is in...

Did UCT kill Bongani Mayosi?

Lukhona Mnguni Questions surrounding the role of the University of Cape Town (UCT) in the death of Professor Bongani Mayosi may appear unnecessarily dramatic until...

Western Cape education MEC calls for army to protect schools from gangs

Canny Maphanga Cape MEC for education Debbie Schäfer has called for specialised gang units and the army to be brought in to protect schools, following...
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